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# Program Code Speaker(s) Program Title Y
1 BARD007 David Barsamian 14th Annual State of the World Address 2016
2 CHON098 Noam Chomsky 1994 Harvard Trade Union Program 1994
3 CHON104 Noam Chomsky 1994 Z Media Institute Seminar 1994
4 CHON119 Noam Chomsky 1995 Z Media Institute Seminar 1995
5 CHON128 Noam Chomsky 1996 Harvard Trade Union Program 1996
6 CHON132 Noam Chomsky 1996 Z Media Institute Seminar 1996
7 CHON225 Noam Chomsky 1998 Z Media Institute Seminar 1998
8 CHON150 Noam Chomsky 1999 Harvard Trade Union Program 1999
9 CHON-EHRB-DYSM001 Barbara Ehrenreich 1999 Socialist Scholars Conference 1999
10 CHON154 Noam Chomsky 2000 Harvard Trade Union Program 2000
11 CULT064 Alternative Radio 2000 Years of Chinese Poetry 1969
12 CHON161 Noam Chomsky 2000 Z Media Institue Seminar 2000
13 CHON164 Noam Chomsky 2001 Harvard Trade Union Program 2001
14 CHON165 Noam Chomsky 2001 Z Media Institute Seminar 2001
15 CHON184 Noam Chomsky 2004 MIT Interviews 2004
16 CHON216 Noam Chomsky 2012 Harvard Trade Union Program 2012
17 CHON239 Noam Chomsky 2015 Harvard Trade Union Program 2015
18 CHON-STOJ001 Noam Chomsky, John Stockwell A Critique of the Christic Institute Case 1989
19 CHON197 Noam Chomsky A Good Education 2006
20 MENR002 Rigoberta Menchu A Message for Humanity 1992
21 CHON-LING004 Noam Chomsky A Naturalist Approach to Language and Cognition 1977
22 CULT017 Debu Chaudhuri Abhinandan 75 2010
23 CHON038 Noam Chomsky Activism and the Media 1989
24 DUPL001 Louis Dupree Afghanistan: Two Interviews 1984
25 DAVA002 Angela Davis African American Women in the Twenty-First Century 1989
26 CULT050 Allen Ginsberg Allen Ginsberg and Friends 1988
27 XMAL002 Malcolm X America's Race Problem 1963
28 BARA009 Amiri Baraka Amiri Baraka interview with David Barsamian 1984
29 DORA002 Ariel Dorfman An Evening of Literature & Politics 1990
30 HOFA001 Abbie Hoffman An Evening With Abbie Hoffman 1988
31 ZINH-TERS001 Howard Zinn, Studs Terkel An Evening with Zinn & Terkel 1998
32 CARD001 David Carrasco Ancient Meso-America 1984
33 CULT007 Various Angel and Isabel Parra in concert 1985
34 CHON186 Noam Chomsky Another World is Possible 2005
35 DAVA-ETAL001 Various Anti-Communism and the Evolution of the Women's Movement 1988
36 KUCD001-ZINH044 Dennis Kucinich Antiwar 2-Pack -
37 CHON210 Noam Chomsky Arab Revolts 2011
38 BAAR001 Araxie Barsamian Araxie, Armenia, 1915 1986
39 ARSP009 Michael Hagopian Armenian Genocide 1969
40 ARSP006 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Araxie & David Barsamian 1977
41 ARSP008 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Araxie Barsamian & Anahid Katchian 1980
42 ARSP002 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Kevork Garabedian 1976
43 ARSP004 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Navasart Deirmenjian 1980
44 ARSP007 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Paul Bedrosian 1992
45 ARSP005 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Victoria Mellian 1987
46 ARSP003 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Zgon Der Hagopian 1977
47 ARSP001 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project – Sarkis Hagopian 1976
48 CHON163 Noam Chomsky At Columbia Journalism School 2000
49 SAIE029 Edward Said At the Rendezvous of Victory 2003
50 BARD005 David Barsamian Barsamian/Kronos Quartet in Concert 2014
51 COCA001 Alexander Cockburn Beat the Devil 1987
52 SHAA001 Amal Shamma Beirut: 1982 1982
53 NADR005 Ralph Nader Beyond Politics as Usual 1996
54 ZINH004 Howard Zinn Bill of Rights Bicentennial 1991
55 TURK001 Kwame Ture Black Nationalism 1990
56 DAVA004 Angela Davis Black Women in the Academy: Defending Our Name 1994
57 GARS002 Sender Garlin Brecht & HUAC 1982
58 ZINH021 Howard Zinn Bringing Democracy Alive 1998
59 FUEC003 Carlos Fuentes Buried Mirror: Spain and the New World 1992
60 CHON017 Noam Chomsky Cambodia 1979
61 CHON125 Noam Chomsky Capital Rules 1995
62 COHJ008 Jeff Cohen Challenging the Bias 1988
63 CHON214 Noam Chomsky Changing Contours of Global Order 2011
64 GONF001 Francisco Gonzales Chile: State of Siege 1984
65 CHON170 Noam Chomsky Chomsky in India 2001
66 CHON147 Noam Chomsky Chomsky in New Zealand 1998
67 CHON047 Noam Chomsky Chomsky Meets the Press 1989
68 ZINH-COCA-SCHB-ETAL001 Various Choosing the News: Who Sets the Agenda? 1988
69 ROEP001 Philip Roettinger CIA Coup in Guatemala 1990
70 SCHB001 Bill Schaap CIA Covert Operations 1988
71 STOJ-ETAL001 John Stockwell CIA Panel Discussion with Stockwell et al 1987
72 STOJ002 John Stockwell CIA Secret Wars 1988
73 STOJ008 John Stockwell CIA: Age of Glasnost 1989
74 MCGR001 Ralph McGehee CIA: Deadly Deceits 1986
75 CHON230 Noam Chomsky Civil Society in India and the US 1996
76 GARS004 Sender Garlin Clarence Darrow 1985
77 MARJ001 Jonathan Marshall Cocaine Politics 1991
78 ROYA005 Arundhati Roy Confronting Empire 2003
79 PARM034 Michael Parenti Conspiracy & Class Power 1993
80 IVIM-SCOP-ETAL001 Molly Ivins, Peter Dale Scott Contragate & the Mainstream Press 1988
81 CHON072 Noam Chomsky Controlling the Public Mind 1992
82 NADR015 Ralph Nader Corporate Crime Wave 2002
83 DERC001 Charles Derber Corporation Nation 1999
84 CHON223 Noam Chomsky Corporatization of the University 2013
85 CULT054 Allen Ginsberg Counter-Poetics and Oppositional Action 1992
86 CHON079 Noam Chomsky Creation & Culture 1992
87 MOKR001 Russell Mokhiber Crime in the Suites 1995
88 STOJ005 John Stockwell Critique of JFK and the Kennedy Myth 1992
89 CHON016 Noam Chomsky Critique of Kissinger 1975
90 FRAJ001 Jane Franklin Cuba: Past, Present and Future 1993
91 ZINH-JAJE001 Howard Zinn, Jeff Jacoby Debate on Just War 2004
92 ZINH-HAAR001 Howard Zinn, Richard Haass Debate on the CIA 1990
93 CHON011 Noam Chomsky Deciphering Foreign Policy 1985
94 CHON129 Noam Chomsky Democracy & the Right to Know 1995
95 ZINH003 Howard Zinn Democracy, Dissent and Disobedience 1988
96 CULT001 Various Denny: Islam in India and Indonesia -
97 CHON078 Noam Chomsky Deterring Democracy 1992
98 AHME007 Eqbal Ahmad Distorted Histories 1998
99 HERA001 Anthony Herbert Dominican Republic: 1965 1969
100 MCCA007 Alfred McCoy Drug Wars: Origins and Solutions 1991
101 ZINH005 Howard Zinn Economic Bill of Rights 1991
102 ZINH022 Howard Zinn Economic Justice 1998
103 COCA002 Alexander Cockburn Editing the World 1988
104 CHON204 Noam Chomsky Edward Said and Resisting Imperialism 2010
105 SAAN002 Nawal El Saadawi Egypt & Women 1997
106 GARS006 Sender Garlin Elizabeth Gurley Flynn 1994
107 SAIE005 Edward Said Empire and Literature 1990
108 MCAJ001 Jane McAlevey Environmental Destruction & U.S. Policy 1992
109 CHON-ETAL001 Noam Chomsky Eqbal Ahmad: Legacy of Resistance 2006
110 CHON-LEVH-LEVF001 Noam Chomsky Examining U.S. Iran Policy 2013
111 BERD001 Daniel Berrigan Faithful Peacemaking in a War-Making State 2003
112 EHRB003 Barbara Ehrenreich Feminism in the '90s 1993
113 CHON-LING016 Noam Chomsky Fifty Years of Linguistics at MIT 2013
114 HENN001 Nat Hentoff First Amendment & Free Speech 1982
115 CHON059 Noam Chomsky Force or Opinion 1991
116 CHON219-CHON213 Noam Chomsky From Magna Carta to the Shrinking Anglosphere 2-Pack -
117 DAWK002 Kristin Dawkins G-7/GATT/NAFTA 1993
118 CHON-LING019 Noam Chomsky Generative Grammar 2013
119 SIMC002 Christopher Simpson Genocide, Law and Money 1994
120 CHUW003 Ward Churchill Genocide: The Case of Native America 1995
121 KHAH001 Hafeez Ahmed Khan Ghazal: Urdu Poetry 1974
122 MAZA002 Ali Mazrui Global Apartheid: Race & Religion in the New World Order 1994
123 CULT016 Begum Akhtar Greatest Ghazals - Live! 1973
124 MENR001 Rigoberta Menchu Guatemala Eyewitness 1992
125 SAIE006 Edward Said Gulf War Aftermath: The Tasks Ahead 1991
126 BARD003 David Barsamian Gunning for Iran 2012
127 LANJ-WILA-LEGL001 Joanne Landy, Amy Wilentz, Lionel Legros Haiti 1994
128 ARIJ001 Jean-Bertrand Aristide Haiti and Freedom 1993
129 CHON096 Noam Chomsky Haiti: U.S. Policy 1993
130 ZINH045 Howard Zinn Harvard Trade Union Program 2008
131 CHON243 Noam Chomsky Hegemony or Survival 2004
132 QASN001 Naim Qassim Hezbollah 2005
133 SAIE014 Edward Said Historical Experiences with Multiculturalism 1993
134 CHON116 Noam Chomsky History & Memory 1995
135 ZINH002 Howard Zinn History & Politics 1988
136 PARM021 Michael Parenti History as Mystery 2000
137 HITC001 Christopher Hitchens History Is Not Over 1992
138 MCCA003 Alfred McCoy History of the Southeast Asia Drug Trade 1992
139 CULT015 Various Hollywood, History & JFK 1992
140 CHON140 Noam Chomsky Hope Springs Eternal 1997
141 CULT005 Various Horizontes 1982
142 CHON102 Noam Chomsky Human Rights & the U.S. 1994
143 FALR002 Richard Falk Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories 2014
144 MOOM002 Michael Moore Humor & Progressive Politics 1996
145 ZINH039 Howard Zinn I Am a Trade Unionist 2009
146 BARD002 David Barsamian I Have a Drone 2013
147 ZINH040 Howard Zinn I Was a Pushcart Peddler, Ph.D. 2001
148 SCHH-ETAL001 Herbert Schiller Ideology of Communications 1988
149 NJEN002 Njoki Njehu IMF & World Bank: Structural Maladjusters 2000
150 CHON211 Noam Chomsky Imperial Dangers: Then & Now 2011
151 ROYA-ZINH001 Arundhati Roy, Howard Zinn In Conversation 2002
152 CULT018 Begum Akhtar In Pakistan -
153 CULT068 Ravi Shankar India's Great Sitarist in Concert 1976
154 TRUJ-POET002 John Trudell Indian Realities: Poetry and Viewpoints 1992
155 CHON075 Noam Chomsky Indonesia, East Timor and U.S. Policy 1992
156 CULT066 Debu Chaudhuri Instumental Sitar 1969
157 NICL001 Linda Nicholson Interpreting Gender 1992
158 CHON196 Noam Chomsky Intervention 1983
159 CULT020 Ravi Shankar Interview 1980
160 GLOD001 Danny Glover Interview 2002
161 MUZC002 Chandra Muzaffar Interview with Chandra Muzaffar 2005
162 ZINH-KNOE001 Howard Zinn, Erwin Knoll Interviews 1989
163 CHON242 Noam Chomsky Invasions & Evasions 2007
164 PARM002 Michael Parenti Inventing Reality: The Politics of the Mass Media 1987
165 HERS001 Seymour Hersh Investigative Reporting and Government Lying 1990
166 CHON027 Noam Chomsky Iran-Contra Scandal: An Analysis 1987
167 HALD-BENP001 Denis Halliday, Phyllis Bennis Iraq: The Impact of Sanctions and U.S. Policy 1999
168 HITC-DSOD001 Christopher Hitchens, Dinesh D'Souza Is Socialism Obsolete? 1989
169 CHON023 Noam Chomsky Israel & the American Left 1986
170 CHON020 Noam Chomsky Israel and the U.S.: The Client-Master Relationship 1985
171 CHON236 Noam Chomsky Israel on the Road to Self-Destruction 2014
172 ERAN001 Noura Erakat Israel's War on Gaza 2009
173 BARD004 David Barsamian Israel, the U.S. & Mideast Policy 2013
174 PARM033 Michael Parenti JFK Assassination: Gangster Nature of the State 1993
175 CULT003 Various John Galm: Cuban and Brazilian Music 1982
176 CULT013 Various Johnny Moses: Traditional Stories of the Northwest Coast Native Peoples 1992
177 CHEI003 Ira Chernus Judaism 1984
178 CULT071-1 Debu Chaudhuri Kalyani Bilawal 1999
179 CULT021 Debu Chaudhuri Kaunsi Kanhra 2004
180 CHON089 Noam Chomsky Keeping the Rabble In Line 1993
181 HOOB002 Bell Hooks Killing Rage: Ending Racism 1994
182 CUMB002 Bruce Cumings Korean War 1991
183 CHON151 Noam Chomsky Kosovo and Iraq 1999
184 CHON-LING007 Noam Chomsky Language & Interpretation: Philosophical Reflections 1988
185 CHON-LING014 Noam Chomsky Language & Nature 1995
186 CHON-LING010 Noam Chomsky Language and the Cognitive Revolution 1992
187 CHON-LING008 Noam Chomsky Language and the Cognitive Sciences 1990
188 CHON-LING005 Noam Chomsky Language in a Psychological Setting 1988
189 CHON-LING009 Noam Chomsky Language: Asking the Right Questions 1992
190 CHON-LING015 Noam Chomsky Language: Continuity & Innovation 1998
191 FUEC002 Carlos Fuentes Latin America and the Universality of the Novel 1992
192 CHON152 Noam Chomsky Lessons from Yugoslavia & E. Timor 1999
193 KOZJ004 Jonathan Kozol Letters to a Young Teacher 2007
194 DAVA003 Angela Davis Liberty and Justice for All? 1991
195 CHON202 Noam Chomsky Linguistics and Politics 2009
196 LINT001-LINT002 Thomas Linzey Linzey 2-Pack -
197 WOLR006 Richard Wolff, David Barsamian Live From City Lights 2012
198 TRUJ-POET003 John Trudell Live in Eugene 2001
199 BARD-HIGJ001 David Barsamian, Jim Hightower Live on Hightower's Chat 'n Chew 1998
200 FRAB001 Bruce Franklin M.I.A. or Mythmaking in America 1993
201 HOOB001 Bell Hooks Madonna: Plantation Mistress or Soul Sister 1992
202 DYSM001-XMAL002 Michael Eric Dyson Malcolm X & the Politics of Race + America's Race Problem -
203 CULT022 Debu Chaudhuri Malkauns 2004
204 SPED001 Dale Spender Man Made Language 1986
205 CULT051 Howard Zinn Marx in Soho 2000
206 PARM006 Michael Parenti Marxism and the Crisis in Eastern Europe 1990
207 GALE003-GALE002-GALE001 Eduardo Galeano Master Storyteller 3-Pack -
208 GARS005 Sender Garlin McCarthyism Then and Now 1984
209 BAGB-SOLN001 Ben Bagdikian, Norman Solomon Media 1992
210 HERE-STOJ-ETAL001 Edward Herman, John Stockwell Media and Disinformation 1988
211 CHON062 Noam Chomsky Media Control 1991
212 HITC-LEEM001 Christopher Hitchens, Martin Lee Media Muckrakers 1989
213 PARM015 Michael Parenti Media Realities 1995
214 BARD-KNOE-LANS001 David Barsamian, Erwin Knoll, Saul Landau Media Treatment of Arabs and Islam 1994
215 CHON036 Noam Chomsky Media, Propaganda and Democracy 1988
216 CULT009 Various Mercedes Sosa-Teatro Opera -
217 YUNM001 Mohammad Yunus Micro Credit 1998
218 GALE003 Eduardo Galeano Mirrors 2009
219 PARM030 Michael Parenti Monopoly Culture and Academic Freedom 1986
220 ROSJ003 John Ross Multinationalism in Chiapas 2001
221 CULT040 David Barsamian Music, Culture and Religion in Egypt 1969
222 PARM001 Michael Parenti Myths of U.S. Intervention/Democracy for the Few 1984
223 MACD001 David MacMichael National Insecurity 1992
224 SAIE009 Edward Said Nationalism, Human Rights and Interpretation 1992
225 TRUJ-POET001 John Trudell Native American Poetry and Perspectives 1985
226 CULT070 Peter Nabokov Native American Sacred Architecture 1984
227 MANW001 Wilma Mankiller Native Sovereignty 1989
228 CHON-LING013 Noam Chomsky Naturalism & Dualism 1993
229 CHON035 Noam Chomsky Necessary Illusions 1988
230 CULT065 Alternative Radio New Latin American Poetry 1969
231 CHUW001 Ward Churchill New Strategies of Repression: The Drug War & the Legacy of COINTELPRO 1990
232 CHON208 Noam Chomsky No More What We Say Goes 2010
233 GROK001 Karl Grossman Nukes in Space: Chernobyls in the Sky 1995
234 CHON229 Noam Chomsky Occupy Boston 2011
235 CHON203 Noam Chomsky On Iran 2009
236 CHON249 Noam Chomsky On Power & Ideology 2016
237 CHON-AHME001 Noam Chomsky, Eqbal Ahmad On the Eve of the Gulf War 1991
238 ZINH027-ZINH028-ZINH029-ZINH032-ZINH033-ZINH034-ZINH035 Howard Zinn, David Barsamian Original Zinn: The Tapes -
239 SAIE031 Edward Said Palestine & the Universality of Human Rights 2003
240 KWIJ001 Jonathan Kwitny PBS & NPR Narrow the Debate 1990
241 CHON045 Noam Chomsky Peace in the Middle East 1989
242 CHON-LING017 Noam Chomsky Pedagogy of the Oppressed 2013
243 BORR001 Robert Borosage Pentagon Pork 1995
244 CHON200 Noam Chomsky Persistent Features of U.S. Policy 1988
245 CHON-LING001 Noam Chomsky Philosophy & Linguistics 1968
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